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Gardeners are a fickle lot. Either we’re rhapsodizing gooey-eyed about the resplendent, transcendent wonder of whatever ...
For me, one moment above all others elicits that life-is-good feeling: the germination of the first tomato seed on my radiator.
My neighbor just paved over his front yard. For those of you who are already doubled over in laughter, saying, “That wacky ...
One of the things I've come to notice about the horticultural racket (and I'm using the term with extreme fondness, unless I'm n
Well, here we are again. Funny how Jan. 1st rolls around about this time every year. It's almost a pattern.
I have two strawberry plants in a hanging basket in my yard. I have not had any fruit from them although the vines hang down. I give them plant food once a month and water daily. What am I doing wrong?
What is the correct distance from my house to plant a tree? What is the correct distance from the lot line to plant a tree?
I have two 20-year-old pine trees whose needles are turning brown on the west side of the plants. On the east side I have a compost pile.
I live in the St. Charles region and my soil is mostly clay. What is causing the browning? Should I get rid of the compost? How do I correct the damage?